Alfa Laval wins Saudi order

Alfa Laval, a specialist in centrifugal separation, heat transfer and fluid handling, has received an order to the value of approximately MSEK 65 from National Contracting Co. Ltd (NCC), a power plant construction company in Saudi Arabia. The equipment is intended for the Saudi Electricity Company’s Power Plant 3 (PP3) expansion project in Jeddah. The upgrade will bring 480 MW of additional capacity to the PP3 site through eight General Electric combustion turbines, resulting in a total site capacity of 1700 MW. The expansion is scheduled to start in the beginning of 2004, with the first unit projected to come on-line in February 2005.
Alfa Laval will supply the Crude Oil Treatment Plant including a crude oil preheating and recovery system, a crude oil purification system with 20 centrifugal separators and an effluent water treatment plant using one separator and fuel forwarding equipment for each turbine.

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